Facing Fraud Charges? Our Team Can Help.

Fraud crimes are white collar crimes that involve deceptive tactics or misrepresenting the facts to obtain a consumer's, potential buyer's, customer's or colleague's money. When a person is accused of fraud, prosecutors must prove that the individual used lies, deceit or false promises to cheat another person out of money. Our lawyers can assist you if you been accused of committing fraud.

Do not let a fraud accusation ruin your future or your reputation! Contact our Nebraska criminal defense attorneys at 402-477-8188 and request a free initial case consultation.

Types Of Fraud Cases We Handle

If you have been charged with fraud, it is important that you understand what challenges you may be facing. Penalties for such a serious crime are likely to be serious as well. Fraud encompasses a broad range of crimes, often under the category of white collar crimes. The crimes are not necessarily violent in nature, but rather are violations of federal laws that carry far-reaching consequences that can be devastating for victims just the same.

Here are common examples of fraud cases:

  • Bank fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Conspiracy
  • Embezzlement
  • Extortion
  • Money laundering
  • Identity fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Medicare and Medicaid fraud
  • RICO violations
  • Securities fraud

With over 40 years of combined legal experience behind us and an impressive history of success, we are here to protect your future and your family from the effects that a criminal conviction can bring. We are well-versed in all the laws, on the state and federal level, and can ensure that your best interests are represented. Make no mistake - fraud crimes and white collar crimes are heavily punished, leading to incarceration, significant fines, restitution paid to victims, community service and other penalties.

Call Today -- Put Us In Your Corner

After an arrest, there is no time to waste. We urge you to contact our Lincoln criminal defense lawyers at Monzón, Guerra & Associates as soon as possible. We strive to resolve cases as promptly as possible and to work tirelessly to obtain a favorable outcome for our clients. Contact us today to request your free, confidential consultation at 402-477-8188 or through our contact form.